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Topic # 193545 14-Mar-2016 18:39
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Hi

 

I'm currently with Spark VDSL and I'm interested in joining MyRepublic for the free modem (by the way which model do they give out?) , however it would help if actual VDSL customers on MyRepublic could help with some tracert to some sites I visit often. Preferably users in the Auckland region.

 

Also just checked MyRepublic's website, is the offer for TWEETSUMMER 6 months half price still up? (the ToC says it ends on Feb 29 but the deal is still on the website)

 

The IPs I need tracert with:

 

124.150.157.30

 

202.248.110.184

 

103.4.114.233

 

Thanks.

 

 


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  Reply # 1513268 14-Mar-2016 19:50
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6m half extended until end of march, I'll let the community jump in on the other part as I'm not in a vdsl area




Evan Pope | MyRepublic Group




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  Reply # 1513708 15-Mar-2016 13:48
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kelots: 6m half extended until end of march, I'll let the community jump in on the other part as I'm not in a vdsl area

 

Hi thanks for the reply, I would also appreciate if you could do the tracert on those ip address while I wait for the rest of the community to chip in with their VDSL results.

 

Thanks


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  Reply # 1513735 15-Mar-2016 14:22
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I'm stuck in a location that can only get aDSL, so can't buy my own services due to my own rules :P

 

Next time I'm at the folks I can run as mums on VDSL!





Evan Pope | MyRepublic Group


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